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. jordan graham and cody johnson had been married only eight days when they went to glacier national park last summer. prosecutors now revealing that cody johnson fell face first suggesting he was murdered, pushed. graham meantime has pleaded not dpilty claiming his death was an accident. william is live in l.a. with more. william? >> jon, jury selection got underway a few minutes ago in this trial. basically, she's accused of pushing him off the cliff and prosecutors are now revealing, of course, we know a lot more than we did a short time ago. now, so to speak, we've got a huge pool of jurors because people are worried about bias and that they knew too much about this case. they said there's a lot of evidence that jordan graham is a liar, she tried to cover up his death but defense says that graham was a scared 22-year-old who panicked and now that cody fell but only after she tried to protect herself during an argument. johnson and graham dated more than a year. some friends didn't approve and many describe graham as immature and socially inhe want -- inept. he grabbed her arm, she fo
legal. what you need to know. >> senator ron johnson is here today. he says stop calling the president's health care law obamacare. the reason why? it could be different from the one we just heard. ♪ ♪ (announcer) at scottrade, our clients trade and invest exactly how they want. with scottrade's online banking, i get one view of my bank and brokerage accounts with one login... to easily move my money when i need to. plus, when i call my local scottrade office, i can talk to someone who knows how i trade. because i don't trade like everybody. i trade like me. i'm with scottrade. (announcer) scottrade-proud to be ranked "best overall client experience." but it doesn't usually work that way with health care. with unitedhealthcare, i get information on quality rated doctors, treatment options and cost estimates, so we can ke better health decisions. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. >>> the obamacare law needs younger people enrolled if it's expected to work but recent polls show they have not signed up yet. it is just too expensive. wisconsin senator ron johnson says young p
. they're working and shopping from home and see driving as an expensive hassle. 30-year-old nick johnson from printston, new jersey, last had a car when he was 18, choosing instead to travel by bike. he says commuting is a lot more fun on a bike, environmentally friendly and just practical. >> i don't have to park, pay for car payments, automobile insurance which i hear is expensive in jersey. it's a form of entertainment and exercise. >> reporter: research shows nick is becoming the norm. the number of young people between ages 14 to 34 without drivers licenses has increased from 21% to 26% between 2000 and 2010. during that time driving as a whole has dropped by 23% among 16 to 34 years old while those most likely to buy a car from 2007 to 2011, the age group shifted to 44 to 64. some say high student loans and i bad economy are reason. others say this is more than a temporary shift, noting sharp decreases in driving in rural areas and among after fluent young people. >> it used to be a rite of passage to get a driver's license and now it's not uncommon for people to say why bother. >>
. and then try again. >> because it might not work. >> good morning. peter james johnson in today for brian kilmeade. today is brian's anniversary and he's taking the day to spend it with his brian. >> brian's not secret six. his secret one today. >> happy anniversary, brian and wife. >> since you're joining us as brian, you get to start the show. >> there's new problems for the obamacare website. even if you get through the signup process, you may not actually be enrolled. peter doocy live in washington to explain the latest glitch. good morning, peter. tell us about this. >> reporter: pretty simple. about one-third of everyone who made it through healthcare.gov and thinks they are enrolled in coverage starting next month might not be. that's according to "the washington post" which lists today a variety of errors in forms that are caused by computer bugs, and that's really bad at this point in the game because insurance companies might not even know where to send a bill. >> can you imagine? you think you've signed up. you go to get coverage because you need health care. you go there and y
rob johnson from wisconsin. he cosponsored the union fairness act which would prevent the administration from doing this. we talked about this before. they might do it. now it appears they are doing it. can it be stopped? >> we are hoping so. last time i was here, this is senator thune's bill and i'm a cosponsor. last time they were just hinting about doing this. they have just proposed the rule. 255 pages long. this particular section starts at page 70. this is the time for americans to make a comment to the centers for medicaid and medicare services. hopefully we can make sure the rule doesn't get issued. >> the problem with this is not only does it give the unions a big kiss basically in the form the of dollars. the rest of the people who are supposed to pay the tax is meant to cover the pre-existing condition coverage. the bill will go up and hhs was asked about it. they said it's true the fee will be higher for the other plans that still have to pay the fee. is that fair? can they get away with it? the average person isn't going to call and object to the rule. >>
has donated has dennis miller, johnson, golf owner. >> letterman. well the brunt o them though are from t smaller donations. i think that that is great news for a lot of your viewers, bill, who have decided to donate. >> i think we where $12 million into this. and the va does not soldiers and marines anything, zero. we had to do it. you are right, the folks are providing the bulk of the money. i wish the llywood pinheads would kick in. >> no doubt. jeanne. i'm mad about santa claus. every year inundated magical character. we teach other people about jesus. i think genie needs to calm down. part of the fun of the holiday. it's a religious holiday for many and it's goodut also fun for the kids. where does santa claus come. >> from that's the thing the history is is he a patron niced saint for the children. >> saint nicholas. >> saint nicholas and the reputation was what that he would help impoverished girls and put out tweets and coins to kids this their shoes. >> dutch? holland guy. >> yes. originally a dutch tradition. you know your history. you can believe in jesus and santa a
, for people to say, why bother? >> nick johnson from princeton new jersey has not had a car or driver's license since he was 18 years old. he pays $15 a year on bike maintenance, he says commuting is just a hassle and bike every. >> i don't have to park, pay for car payments, automobile insurance, which i hear is expensive in jersey. it's a form of entertainment and exercise so i don't have to buy a gym membership in addition to paying for a car, and it's fun. >> harris, the number of people with a driver's license -- who don't have a driver's license has risen from 21% in 2000 to 26% in 2010. >> i'm curious how the auto industry would react to this. they might want to train these people themselves. >> an -- analysts say the auto industry is championing at the bit at getting the millenial generation. they're looking at smaller cars with more technology packed in them. >> much here aspiration to buy certain cars. a that younger generation doesn't have that passion and it's more about getting from a to b and have more passion about what is in the car, like entertainment systems. >> the
johnson is talking about today, although a democrat, ezekiel emanuel, one of the architects of the law insists the more people learn about the benefits, the more they'll like it. take a listen. >> in wisconsin, a young man, 27 years old, his -- on average his insurance costs will increase by 124%. from $1,100 a year to over $2,400 per year. that's because of obama care. >> no one has launched a big pr campaign to get these people signed up because of the problems with the federal website. we are about to launch a big pr campaign. and that, i think, is going to persuade a lot of people. >> now, as part of that pr campaign, as mr. emanuel calls it, today the white house is trying to tout the fact that medicaid is being expanded all around the country to get millions of people who don't have insurance right now covered. of course, that means taxpayers kicking in the money to cover these folks. the question is going to be whether or not the math adds up in the end. whether you can get enough young, healthy people to sign up for the law in order to help pay for all these millions of folks c
is responsible? peter johnson, jr. on that next. ♪ ♪ >>> four people are dead and 11 still in critical condition after a horrific train derailment in new york city. the question now, can the railroad or can the city be held responsible? both or either? peter johnson, jr. here to explain the legal fallout. we know four lost their lives. over 60 injured. 11 in critical condition. >> metro north is the entity that's responsible for this. the people want to bring action for wrongful death and personal injury. they have 90 days to bring a notice of claim for that. at the same time, they will be a criminal -- there will be a criminal investigation to determine whether the operator or the engineer of the train was drunk in some way, was on drugs in some way, or acted in some criminally negligent fashion. i don't think that's going to happen. it doesn't appear to be any signs of that. but there is an issue as to brake. there have been some reports that the engineer of the train said that he dumped the brakes, that he used the braking pattern as if it was a crash at a railroad crossing, kind of a last-di
and sadness. duane "the rock" johnson, we find our strength in his light. love you brother. fans were also gutted by the news. >> he's a family oriented kind of guy, really humble. sweet guy. everyone loved him. >> he was all about helping everybody else out. >> one of the celebrities i actually thought his movies entertained for good reasons. >> walker was in the middle of shooting "fast 7." they talked about how they're going to move forward. he'd been with the wildly successful franchise from the start 14 years ago and had been doing the press circuit for his latest movie "hours" which is due out this month. no details on how it affects that release now. back to you. >> dominic, thank you very much. an update on the deadly helicopter crash in scottland. emergency crews are working to remove the aircraft and looking for additional victims saying they cannot be quite sure what they'll find until all their work is complete. at least eight people died when a police chopper crashed into that crowded pub. the police helicopter was returning to glasgow from an operation when it went down. peop
. it has a long way to go. we have yet to see an application from start to finish, he says. eliana johnson is media editor for national review. she joins me in studio. good to see you. i think a lot of people will see that stat and they'll be scared again. so no signups even though the goal was 5,800. what's wrong? >> it's the same problem you've been hearing about from most everybody, gretchen. people can't get through the website. so these groups, you know, the navigator grants went to 105 groups around the country. those groups in turn hired these navigators. they have stopped waiting for people to come to them. they're doing outreach. they're going and trying to get people to enroll. they haven't been able to get people from start to finish through the process because of the problems through the website. >> so they don't have -- they don't have people working on their own. so they're waiting for walk-ins. that's not happening. phone calls aren't coming in. they're actually going to the people. but you have some breaking news to tell me about with regard to the navigators' curriculum be
dr. keith answering that. country superstar craig morgan is here to perform live. >> peter johnson, jr., thank you very much. see you tomorrow. >> thank you so much. have a great day! bill: good morning, everybody. there is a report up to a third of those who signed up through obamacare may think they have insurance and they actually do not. good morning, we'll explaining this now. i'm bill hemmer in america's newsroom. martha: that's a little scary. i'm martha maccallum. the president set out for an allout p.r. blitz. they are going to try to dominate the waves and stop the pleading from the rollout. this comes from the "washington post" saying errors generated by the healthcare website could mean many people who think they have signed up for obamacare actually have not. that's because the glitchy website is sometimes sending the wrong information to the insurance companies. bill: the white house is still trying to put a happy face on this. >> the president believes the site has been significantly improved. and the teams in place have worked 24/7 to make those improvements includi
has donated as has dennis miller, johnson, golf owner. >> letterman. well the brunt of them though are from the smaller donations. i think that that is great news for a lot of your viewers, bill, who have decided to donate. >> i think we where $12 million into this. and the va does not soldiers and marines anything, zero. we had to do it. you are right, the folks are providing the bulk of the money. i wish the hollywood pinheads would kick in. >> no doubt. jeanne. i'm mad about santa claus. every year inundated magical character. we teach other people about jesus. i think genie needs to calm down. part of the fun of the holiday. it's a religious holiday for many and it's good but also fun for the kids. where does santa claus come. >> from that's the thing the history is is he a patron niced saint for the children. >> saint nicholas. >> saint nicholas and the reputation was what that he would help impoverished girls and put out tweets and coins to kids this their shoes. >> dutch? holland guy. >> yes. originally a dutch tradition. you know your history. you can believe in jesus and s
a car has shifted from 35 to 44 to the 55 to 64 age group. 30-year-old nick johnson from princeton, new jersey, last had a car and driver's license when he was 18, choosing instead to travel by bus. he says commuting a lot more fun on a bike, environmentally friendly and just practical. >> i don't have to park. i don't have to pay for car payments, automobile insurance, which i hear is really expensive in jersey. it's a form of entertainment and exercise. >> while the economy has played a role with more unemployed young people and high student loan payments, experts say more young people are not driving because they're moving to urban areas with access to public transportation. technology has also made it easier to work from home and shop from home and more people see driving as a hassle. >> there was much more aspiration to buy certain cars. i don't think the younger generation has that passion around it. it's really more getting from a to b. they have more passion for what's in the car. things like entertainment systems. >> she expects millennials to eventually buy cars but it's up to
analyst, peter johnson, jr. >> i guess if you think this is about martin luther king or others, it's not about something that's gone crazy, if you think it's not about a tax and spend plan to redistribute wealth in america and you want to make it about discrimination and class and race and gender warfare, then it's about civil rights. so if you want to romanticize something or talk about the struggle, if you want to talk about a crusade against rich people and middle class people or upper middle class people and somehow bring back a base that has gone away, steve, only 29%, 30% of young americans 18 to 29 who don't have health insurance say they're going to sign up for obamacare. there is another study that says that more than 50% of that same group, if they had an opportunity to recall the president -- we don't have recalls, but great britain and other places do. they would recall the president based upon obamacare and other issues. >> those are the people who voted for him. >> when you grasp for straws and say, this is about the civil rights movement, what do you think about when
in person was peter johnson, jr. who joins us live. >> good morning, steve. i met him in june of 1990. i was introduced by mayor david denkins and i was acting as a senior advisor. i met him with my brother. he was everything that his press i just met him for a brief 30 or 40 seconds. he asked me about being a lawyer here in new york. he was trained as a lawyer in south africa. in fact, he started the first black law partnership in south africa when that was just absolutely unheard of. in some sense he had a reaganesque bearing. when you look back at him in terms of south african and world history, he's kind of perceived in south africa as a combination of our george washington as the father of the country, and abe lincoln in terms of freeing so many people from the tension and slavery of apartheid. >> i remember that visit because i was working across the street over at nbc and there was a ticker tape parade and nelson mandela drove by and waved to a million people on fifth avenue. >> it was a huge ticker tape parade and it was so important not only to african-americans, but to all amer
-olds. meanwhile, the age most likely to buy a car has shift from 35 to 44 to 65, ken johnson has chosen instead to travel by bike, he says commuting is better by bike, more environmental friendly, and just more practical. >> i don't have to park, pay for car payments and automobile insurance, which i hear is really expensive in jersey, it is a form of entertainment and exercise, so i don't have to buy a gym membership in addition to paying for a car. and it is fun. >> it is fun but while the economy has played a role with more unemployed young people and high student loan payments, experts say more young people are not driving because they're moving to urban areas with easy access to public transportation. technology has made it easier to work and shop from home, and more people see driving as a hassle. >> there was much more aspiration to buy certain cars. i don't think the younger generation has that passion around it. it is really more getting from a to b, and they have more passion for what is in the car, things like entertainment systems. >> now, she expects millennials to buy more cars, b
johnson off a cliff in glacier national park she says after an argument. prosecutors say she pushed him in the back, face first, plunging 200 feet to his death. she told police she hadn't seen cody after going to church and dairy queen. police have security camera photo of couple entering the park and their car leaving. cell phone records showing jordan was in the park after her husband's death. she create ad false email address from an imaginary person to cover her tracks. prosecutors, heather, expect the trial to last little more than a week. the jury pool is 150. it is so big because so many people in montanacase and they e can't get a fair trial. heather. heather: that imagine airy person named tony. what do we know about the couple's relationship in general? >> reporter: 39 witnesses prosecutors are calling, more than half are friends of the couple who say this marriage was a disaster waiting to happen and jordan was a loose cannon. even she expressed doubts about the wedding. the night cody died, jordan said the two argued and after he grabbed her arm, he then fell backwards when
like this? here to join in right now is peter johnson, jr. >> good morning. let's see what the union officials said about mr. rockefeller, the train engineer. he said he basically nodded, he had the equivalent of what we all have when we drive a car. that is you sometimes have a momentary nod. he caught himself, but he caught himself too late. his lawyer said also that he suffered from something called highway hypnosis. >> what's that. >> a phenomenon where you have microsleep. where you are apparently awake. you look like you're awake, but consciously you're out of it. you're not functioning. did you ever want to put sugar in and instead put salt? did you ever go down the highway and miss two or three exits and say, oh, i missed two or three exits? so the lawyers are positiveiting a defense that there was no criminal conduct, that it was microsleep, a highway hypnosis, that he was transfixed by a straight away, that he dozed, that he was dazed. they have all these theories out there right now. >> here is the thing, everybody has done those things you're talking about. unfortunately,
and as the details were revealed, karen johnson began to realize this fatal accident may have involved her husband. she tweeted, i'm trying not to panic but my husband left work early. driving the 205 to get home he is not answering his home. after calling his office and he was feeling faint when he left, what do i do now. he might have pulled over feeling faint or had aziz sure. he had epilepsy. very sadly her worst fierce were confirmed. she wrote this. it is him. he died. the police are investigating this crash. and an online fund has now been created to support the 41-year-old mother of two children. what a sad story. bill: new details now on the american teacher gunned down in benghazi yesterday. ronnie smith, shown here, getting ready to spend christmas back in austin, texas, with his wife and young son, sending them home ahead of him while staying back to help his students with their exams. a man of faith. he saw what he was doing in libya as part of god's mission for him. no one claiming responsibility for smith's murder but just days before an al qaeda spokesman, adam gadd dan, american,
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